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ABC
May 24, 2014 5:30pm PDT
quote hail in new jersey, too. and this ominous scene over one of the state's beaches shows it's not over yet. more showers and thunderstorms are predicted for the northeast tonight and it will get dryer tomorrow and by monday temperatures across the region including right here in central park will be in the mid 80s. i can't wait. david? >> thanks, it will get better. we have severe weather to get through first. meteorologist jason nicholas back with us. you've been tracking this in the weather center and a tornado watch tonight. >> severe weather potentially tonight. severe thunderstorm watches are out as well as tornado watches in southeast new mexico and southwestern texas. the potential is there. large hail, strong winds and an isolated tornado. unfortunately, david, this severe weather threat doesn't move all that much for folks across west texas both tomorrow and monday. notice that bull's eye from lubbock to san antonio. doesn't move all that much at all. that means rain on already saturated grounds for lots of folks. roswell, new mexico saw rain this morning, more than four inches
historian. >> he believed if the allies were able to get a successful foot hold on the beaches that there would be no stopping the the allied plains. in hindsight it appears he was correct. >> the best way to get there is through fwrans. >> atkinson is the author of the become "the gun at last light." >> they had 3,000 miles to go from norway to the spanish border of france. >> they noticed operation over lord would land thousands of troops on the beaches of normandy. the code napes from british and sword utah and ohm maha were th american beaches. >> it was supposed to be in may of 1944 but it was delayed until june 5th and bad weather caused it to be delayed again. >> southern england and eastern england would have resembled almost a vast stock yard and industrial parking lot filled with every imaginable weapon. >> all along the coast there were a couple dozen encampments where the americans were staging. >> on display at the world war ii museum in new orleans is the higgins boat in the city where the boats were built this was the landing skracraft that carr our beaches throu
CBS
May 5, 2014 12:00pm PDT
access to the beach. >> i'm, meteorologist. a few storms coming up? we'll talk about that when we come back. ,, hey there. did you select these things on purpose? not a color found nature. there's nothing wrong with tha. i can hear your arteries clogging. ok. no. this is tap water. i can't let you buy this. oh. crystal geyser please. crystal geyser. bottled at the mountain source. surprise!lcome back. crystal geyser alpine spring water. crystal geyser. crystal geyser. news flash, it's bottled at the source. news flash, we sell it in cases. oh. thank you. oh no no no. crystal geyser. bottled right at the mountain source. breach that's still hurtinge retail >> the ceo of target is stepping down following a massive data breach that is hurting the retailer's reputation. greg held the top job for six years. his exit is a sign target wants to start over with a clean slate. hackers stole debit and credit card information on customers. target's profits have suffered ever since. >>> the apple/samsung court battle resumes today. jurors issued rulings in favor of each company on specific patent i
FOX News
May 25, 2014 10:00pm PDT
." >> the invasion plan known as operation over lord would land thousands of allied troops on the beaches of normandy. utah and omaha were the american beaches. >> it was delayed until june 5th and then bad weather caused it to be delayed yet again one day. >> southern england and eastern england would have resembled almost a vast stockyard, an industrial parking lot filled with every imaginable weapon. >> all along the coast there were a couple of dozen encampments where the americans were staging. >> this was the landing craft that carried our soldiers to the beaches of normandy. >> the average american g.i. was 5'9", he weighed 144 pounds. we have just over a million still alive. >> that is the cemetery. on the morning of june 6th, 1944, here are your orders. you will take to the bridge before daylight. >> on the early morning of june 6th, the first in the fight were paratroopers like tom blakey. >> it took four days. 500 casualties. >> we got in the landing craft. i think it was about 4:00, 4:30 in the morning. 200 yards from the beach, we started taking enemy fire and they were bouncing all arou
ABC
May 22, 2014 11:00am PDT
dispose of it by towing it to sea. >>> matt, thank you. bay area beaches are among the most polluted shorelines in the state. environmental organization released the report card in the past hour. amy hollyfield is in san francisco with the dubious list. amy? >>> yes, ocean side beach scores better than bayside beaches. in the city we have a beach with big problems. collar and her dog visit candlestick point each other across from the old 49ers stadium. >> i come for the quiet each morning with my dog. >> beach could use a good cleaning. below the water surface is enough toxin to land the beach on the top ten list of most polluted beaches in california. >> this is the number ten beach bummer this year so it is making the number ten list as our top ten most polluted beaches in the state. >> this don't surprise fleming. she has noticed a lot of glass on the shoreline and says it makes it tough to walk her dog. scientists speculate the storm drain from the stadium could be contributing to the poor water quality. something needs to be done all agree. >> i would love for an environmental a
SFGTV
May 28, 2014 3:30pm PDT
residents so i want to say on behalf of everyone in the city to the community of north beach thank you, very much for your wonderful, wonderful persistencecy the community meetings have been so many hours of people we understand if we could be in frustration today but a lot more celebration when you visualize this design with to the arts in it and to celebrate with the education with all of the difference elements that we want to celebrate this library is relic of it all let's celebrate that's not environmentalist and lewis has more ideas about our library the teen use more thanizing to make sure the libraries are the center of the community thank you for also being here. congratulations >> (clapping) >> thank you so our next individual has been remarkably or remarkably low supportive he said i'll support the lib so i really, really appreciate let's give a big hand to board president david chiu. >> north beach this is your day. i can't believe we're lessor. 14 years after we passed this bond measure the last of 24 libraries and hundreds of meeting and thousands even if residents coming to
FOX
May 22, 2014 12:00pm PDT
at the body of a whale. how it ended up so close to the beach. >>> good afternoon. i'm tori campbell. a north bay woman headed to court this morning accused of choking a boy she believed was bullying her daughter. ktvu's cristina rendon is live outside of the courthouse with the first video of the mother. good afternoon, christine. >> reporter: afternoon. we can tell you when we were in there it was very brief appearance for the mother, surrounded by her family, friends and attorney. the d.a.'s office didn't file charges. that's because they don't have enough evidence to prove she did anything wrong, they say. she went before a judge only to have the d.a.'s office ask for a three to four-week extension so they can continue to investigate. then adams told me he hired a private investigator who told me the boy in the incident is making the story up. she was arrested last week after she allegedly grabbed the 12-year-old by the throat because she believes he was bullying her daughter. this incident happened at olivet elementary in santa rosa. the sheriff's office said the boy had red marks on his
SFGTV
May 22, 2014 2:00pm PDT
the future mayors come out of north beach because their inspired that from our lib. that has a teen space and an amazing living area on this side where everywhere you look you'll see coit tower or the cable cars the st. peter and paul. thank you marking for your vision of (clapping) giving you truly an amazing building so if you may have read the article from john king that talked about the public spaces being magic and all the other sense of the public is that a being engaged so her vision and that of her team is making a difference. but it also is is a play that's staishg more technology. we used to have 6 public terminals for access to technology and you'll have 22 wifi and the first library connected to the cities fiberoptics network so board band and transmit anything you want that are as the afternoon unfolds he'll hear more and more but we'll start by thanking the community all of you for your patience and per southerners of making this a reality i didn't want to settlement for a modified expansion you knew from generations to come you would get an iconic building give yourselves a
FOX News
May 23, 2014 7:00pm PDT
coast-to-coast hot spots but we ended up in panama city beach, florida. after it aired residents started packing public meetings telling leaders things have to change. the counsel is considering making 20 different changes to how spring break is handled from closing bars earlier and banning drinking on the beach to requiring businesses to additional security and supervision. we'll hear from the panama city beach police chief and leaders throughout the hour. first to remind you, what got everyone talking, let's look back at the piece that got so much attention. >> this is spring break 2014 pan ha city beach, florida. one of the many destinations around the country where college students go when they have the week off school. it gets wild, crazy and anything goes! [ cheers ] >> we're here to get [ bleep ] up. >> all right. what kinds of things are you seeing, crazy things? >> [ bleep ], liquor, weed, everything. >> wildest thing is two girls on five guys. >> it gets pretty sexual on the beach here. >> i saw someone [ bleep ] on these. >> we saw somebody snort cocaine off a girl's [ bleep ]
KRON
May 15, 2014 8:00pm PDT
people to the beach but they leave behind a mask are subtly roberts shows us the national park completely trashed >> : + update to the heroic cat who came to the defense of that young owner. one of the world's biggest companies coming to town bringing hundreds of jobs that's next >> : ross's and on top of the constantly changing san diego county as well fires one of the biggest fires on the move tonight new images sports not let sunday night at 9 on kron 4 >> : female narrator: it's posturepedic versus beautyrest it's posturepedic versus beautyrest with up to $400 off. serta icomfort and tempur-pedic go head-to-head with three years' interest-free financing. mattress price wars are on now at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ and added a l's on opening its first distribution center in the bay area and this brings a lot of new jobs are tech reporter gabe slate visited the site he says his surprise see the massive building amazon has built. >> : well amazon shows the southeast of new york to open their first distribution center this is a huge deal for the city that s
SFGTV
May 15, 2014 5:00pm PDT
beach and if so, i think this would be a shame isn't it a fact i think it would be a really bad sign for the economy we're unique it's a our waterfront that makes us unique >> mr. valenzuela 10 should the voter be asked about the height. >> i think once again when we focus on the height we don't get into the discussion of the complexity of the getting the mitigations on a project and i mean folks there could be a tall building on this parcel the proponents make it out this is miami beach and it's not there's no proposal anywhere in san francisco that looks like miami beach. there is a community process in plays that's you figure out hard to make sure that the cultural your current proposals in place have articulated buildings where we have maybe a few tall slender towers in shorter blocks and integration with affordable housing on site. they're creating an enormous distraction and pushing things into one or two word to wall and miami beach those are not the projects that anybody's it interested in seeing again, we're talking about rental housing and the projects the port needs to h
FOX
May 12, 2014 6:00pm PDT
for places to come ashore further north. >> reporter: this is what investigators found at the beach today. 42 bails of marijuana, 1200 pounds. authorities believe smugglers used the fishing boat to bring it ashore. when they transferred the drugs to a suv they got stuck. they fled leaving their clothes and the drugs behind. >> the vehicle was too heavy and couldn't make it out of the sand. >> the department of homeland security have seen a large number of the operation along the california coast, usually in southern california. increasing patrols there have been pushing the boats north. >> we believe this was a larger -- [ indiscernible ] >> so would have given it more sea legs. >> reporter: authorities say this is the northern most landing they have seen. the commotion came as a shock for those taking a stroll on the beach. >> like, okay, this is in our backyard. it is everywhere. >> from what i understand the drug trade is getting bigger and bigger every year. not that surprising. >> reporter: authorities say in the area from monterey county to san mateo there have been 8 similar incidents
ABC
May 22, 2014 4:00pm PDT
the polluted beaches. two popular ♪ [ barks ] whoo! mmm! ♪ ♪ oh, yeah [ whistling ] [ male announcer ] discover your new orleans. start exploring at followyournola.com. [ woman ] and i love new orleans! >>> a wildfire is moving towards populated areas prompting evacuations the fire burning near flagstaff, grown to nearly 5,000 acres. more than 3,000 people are now preparing to leave. abc7 news has the latest. a fast moving blaze started in a scenic canyon jumped close to residential areas. prompting residents to prepare to flee. >> this is my home we just bought this. we're landscaping to get married this summer. it's emotional. >> rethinking holiday weekend plans, plumes of smoke rise into the air. firefighters are on the scene just last year, 19 members of the team were killed in arizona's deadliest ever wildfire. and now having consumed to flag rock state park. a set back wednesday. winds so strong, they grounded several helicopters. the full scale efforts to control the fire resumed as soon as the gusts died down. >> we're working hard to protect the values at risk out there. >> some relief
FOX News
May 23, 2014 10:00pm PDT
in panama city beach in florida. our investigation raised a lot of eyebrows and after it aired residents started packing public meetings telling leaders things have to change. the panama beach city council is considering making changes. we're going to hear from the panama city police chief and some of the elected leaders throughout the hour and we'll debate the spring break controversy with a lively studio audience. let's take a look back at the piece. >> this is spring break 2014. panama city beach, florida. one of the many destinations around the country where kids around the country go for spring break. >> what kinds of things are you seeing? >> we're seeing boobs, liquor, weed, everything. >> the wildest thing i've seen is two girls on five guys. >> it gets sexual on the beach here. >> we saw somebody snort cocaine off a girl's [ bleep ] in public. >> what's the craziest thing you've seen? when do people start drinking here? >> when they wake up. >> which is when? >> we wake up at 10:00. >> do you see a lot of drugs here? >> yes. >> out in the open, people smoking marijuana. >> yeah.
NBC
May 14, 2014 6:00am PDT
. that is going to be packed, i'm sure christie. it doesn't get better than this at ocean beach at 6:00 in the morning. people are wearing shorts and jogging. a lot of folks walking by saying isn't this beautiful. that is what it is like. they could be in for quite a surprise. we caught up with a pod of whales off the coast putting on quite a show. in walnut creek, swimmers and people who don't do laps trying to get into 8:00 am to beat the heat. same thing, iced cream, popsi e popsicles shade, trying to keep cool for the young ones and spring temperatures who are near 100 degrees. one teacher saying she tells her students not to over do it and stay hydrated. sometimes you go outside and it is really really hot. >> one of dozens of cooling centers that have opened up across the bay area that keep everyone that needs to stay cool in that condition and i wanted to show you back here live howbute how beautiful it is this morning. i had a san francisco police officer stop by saying he couldn't believe how warm it was already how warm it was. reporting live. in san francisco. >> nice way
ABC
May 23, 2014 6:00pm PDT
a step towards resolving a beach access surfers have been blocked by a silicon valley billionaire that owns a property that offers the only way to get there by land. >> friends jokingly call him the world's oldest living surfer. he's come to the state capitol to fight for one of his favorite beaches. >> if we lose this case, it's one is going to have cart blanche. >> it's a special place known as martin's beach until the new owner bought the property and locked the gate. . >> i like to bring my grandkids down there. they don't have the chance. this is a special beach. >> last week the judge hearing a lawsuit aimed at restoring public access brought the trial to the beach. >> we just think it should be open and he should just obey the same law everybody else does. >> the coastal state senator asking to negotiate or as a last resort take an easement through eminent domain. >> the key vote the message is assistant and believe we have a right to use a beach. >> the coast bee row high tide line is public property but in the case of martin beach, getting there is the problem. >> well, s
NBC
May 15, 2014 5:00pm PDT
in a parking lot. also. >> reporter: this closed gate at martins beach looms from the courthouse to the shore. >>> plus, they set sail on the bay to broaden horizons. the secret to its success. >>> then at 6:00, students expelled over a twisted game. >> when that student was calling for help, the other student was rolling over and putting phone under her. >> the exclusive interview with her teacher who talks about her emotional scars and how she learned the secret almost everyone knew but her. that's new at 6:00. >>> i want ta goat back to the fires in california. this is cal state san marcos. you see the flames down below. several homes have been destroyed. many other homes are on fire. san diego county, very difficult because the amount of fires. our reporter jennifer bjork land was telling us a few minutes ago it's difficult for firefighters because as one fire gets put out another fire starts. embers are flying across town. we'll continue to follow this story not only tonight but through the next several days as san diego battle these fires. >>> closer to home now, another twist in the hi
SFGTV
May 2, 2014 3:30am PDT
began in 1997, looking at whether beach chalet had adequately obtained their lease. and we found that beach chalet owed 53,000 in late fees and $33 in interest. and found that rec and park did not assess for the late payments and monthly payments over the three-year period. rec and park has collected these funds from beach chalet. and we found that there is a lack of clarity about water uses and janitorial services. the lease allows for beach chalet to allow for water for the rent, with a portion of the facility use of the facilities. rec and park accepted beach chalet with reduction of 40%, with over $97,000 for the three-year audit period. if our test results are typical of the lease overall, the 20-year impact would be over $650,000. however the lease does not state how the deduction should be calculated. and neither beach chalet or rec and park could provide for this reduction. rec and park expected to have completed the implemented database percentage for the water usage credit by the end of last month. we will check back in on the status of what the percentage should actual
KRON
May 16, 2014 4:00am PDT
cloud cover and fog along the beaches right now. cool conditions, right santa rosa dropped down to 49 degrees, 57 out the door in concord so better sleeping weather around the bay area. take a look, mostly 60s dominate the board here. as we push into lunchtime, it's slow warming. we'll see 70s for places like oakland and livermore. that includes napa and those of you in fairfield. putting the clock into motion you'll see not much change into the 3:00 hour. we're not looking at record breaking, temperatures will be closer to where they should be this time of the year. right now, we're seeing 40s and 50s, 58 in fairfield, 57 out the door in livermore. now, in terms of your extended forecast we'll drop perhaps another 10 degrees as we head into tomorrow. it looks like we'll continue with this cool down even as we head back to work on monday. monday is shaping up to be the coolest day of the week, we wouldn't be surprised if the highs wouldn't make their way to the upper 60s, numbers rebound as we need the middle of next week, police department of sunshine and by thursday -- pleasant plen
ABC
May 24, 2014 6:00am PDT
stolen off a beach near carmel. a family snatched the pup off the beach and took off. and volunteers from the volunteers mammal center chased him down, eventually getting the family to give them the seal. the family drove off but could face charges for taking the mammal off the beach illegally. he is now at a center in sausalito where he is doing well. >>> fire inspections get underway in oakland hills. the annual inspections are used to make sure there is enough defensive space around homes in case of a wildfire. firefighters say it is especially important this year as we head into what could be the worse fire season in california history. >> weeds and grasses cut to six inches or less and maintained at that level. any brush or debris that's cut has to be removed from the property, not stored. it's just those kind of common practices that allow our firefighters the opportunity to protect the home in the event of a fire. >> the fire path that paid for this, including the program was defeated by voters last november. fire prevention crews say they are trying to stretch the remaining funds
Bloomberg
May 14, 2014 6:00pm EDT
capitalist in court on whether he is illegally keeping the public off the beach. first, a check of your bloomberg top headlines. is helpingle traffic cisco's bottom line. a 5.5% drop from a year earlier. increased data usage from smart phones and tablets fueled the demand for networking products as businesses upgraded equipment to accommodate traffic. the "new york times" unexpectedly replaced executive editor jill abramson after just three years on the job. the company named former managing editor dean baquet as her replacement. he is the first african-american .xecutive at the paper said the change should help improve management in the newsroom. samsung issued a rare public compensate will workers that say they got cancer after working in a semiconductor plant. dozens of workers say they contracted leukemia and other blood related cancers after being exposed to chemicals that several samsung plans and south korea. however, samsung fell short of technology a connection between the cancers and the chemicals used at its plant. our lead story of the day. google is opening its glass doors.
NBC
May 12, 2014 5:00pm PDT
at pescadero state beach. reporting folkli ining live, kr. >>> drug boats are common along our coast. every year, federal agents find thousands of suspends of marijuana on vessels. this 30-foot boat washed ashore near malibu just last month. as you can see, that boat was packed with bundles of marijuana. authorities arrested three men not far from the boat. they say the panga boats often begin south of the mexican border. >>> if you've been outside today, you felt it -- it is heating up. you're looking at san jose. live picture, clear skies. warm temperatures, close to the 90-degree mark. and because of these high temperatures and low winds, a spare-the-air alert is in effect for the bay area. and another alert has been issued for tomorrow. we have live coverage this afternoon. nbc bay area's marianne favro shows us the fire concerns. we begin with chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. this is only the beginning. >>> yeah, it certainly is. we already did see some temperatures in the mid 90s for today. one of the hottest, cupertino at 96. palo alto, 93. dublin, 91. south san jose at 90. also, 90
NBC
May 12, 2014 6:00pm PDT
helped with the grant funding and financial services. >>> to get to the public beach you have to go through a private road. there lies the battle. nbc bay area's cheryl hurd joins us. this is a local story getting some national attention. >> reporter: that's right. it is a court battle that you just don't see every day. a billionaire fighting to keep his private beach private. but some say that there are state laws on the backs that give the public access to his property. enter the capitalist stepping out of his town car just before 3:00 this afternoon. he was on the phone and didn't say a word to reporters. he is being forced to court over this popular beach. >> it's time to answer for the closure of this public beach access way. the public wants to know, tens of thousands of people use this beach over a century's period of time. and only recently was the beach closed without explanation and without permits. >> reporter: the micro systems co-founder bout martins beach six years ago and paid $36.5 million for the land. two years later he closed it. he was told he needed a permit to
KOFY
May 4, 2014 9:00pm PDT
on the beach was found before 11:30 this morning. it was on a hill away from the ocean or hiking trails. investigators say the body was badly decomposed. that means the person's gender won't be known until an autopsy was performed. >>> a rally will be held tomorrow at the same south bay high school where a nationwide controversy erupted four years ago, it began with a students wore american flag t-shirts on cinco de mayo. the cries of free speech are getting louder. >> apparently, they want the children to be exposed to democracy in action. >> reporter: the president is talking about a large fence which surrounds the high school. the same place she will stand on monday with 50 american flags all in the name of free speech. in 2010, american students wore american flag t-shirts on cinco de mayo. it exploded in controversy. a recent decision from the court ruled in favor of the school. >> the flag which is a positive american symbol of freedom was banned. >> reporter: one conservative l.a. radio hosts urges protests of the school on cinco de mayo. >> i think cinco de mayo is cinco de mayo
Bloomberg
May 14, 2014 1:00pm EDT
that has -- coast where whether he was illegally keeping the public off the beach. his bizarre testimony. carl -- include a including carl levin and john mccain pushing for online user data. a senate committee will hold a meeting tomorrow over concerns that companies are collecting data about people unknowingly and using it for advertising purpose. the iphone market share in japan soared in the year ending this march, up there to 6.6% from the year2er 25% before. japan's largest wireless carrier began carrying the iphone last fall. samsung has issued a rare public apology, saying it will compensate workers who got cancer after working in the semi conductor plant. dozens of former workers say they have contacted -- contracted leukemia and other blood related cancers after being exposed to chemicals. samsung fell short of the connection between cancers and chemicals used at its plant. google opening its glass doors after opening of sales of google glass to the public for one day last month. the company now letting anyone by google glass as well -- long as they're willing to sell out $1500
CBS
May 12, 2014 11:00pm PDT
on a silicon valley billionaire over this beach. this is martins beach just south of half moon bay, very popular place. andria borba tells us this fight is about more than epic waves. it's one of the most important fights over access to the coast in years. chain clinking 20.39 little fish, good >> the trial happening in redwood city is all about this 25-foot gate behind me and the beach hidden on the other side. oath vinod claimed he didn't remr and couldn't recall a about beach >> it's nice little fish, good meat. >> reporter: but to get that fish from the pacific coast waters of martin beach, this san mateo fisherman had to jump the gate and walk across the property. the sun microsystems cofounder took the stand today. our cameras weren't allowed in court and he didn't want to talk in the hallway. under oath he claimed he couldn't remember or recall any conversations about beach access. an attorney for the surf rider foundation says that's a lie. >> his intent all along in our opinion was to build a private residence there thinking that he could close this down, a beach that's been op
NBC
May 11, 2014 5:30pm PDT
that guy. >> coming up in the next half hour, a small victory against a tycoon to keep a public beach public. a major step forward. . >>> here's more live pictures from the fire burning at the landfill in san jose. here's live pictures. 45 firefighters are on the seen. as you can see and what we have been talking about, the wind is pitching smoke southeast. let's go for the weather conditions in the area. >> we are watching the winds and pushing the smoke off to the south and east at about 20 to 25 miles per hour. some of the temperatures around the fire, san jose down towards san martin and 9 to 11 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago and we have the wind speed sustained at 24 miles per hour and the humidity levels which have dropped off. the winds out of the north are drying out and high pressure like a hair drier. lowering the humidity levels and up the temperatures and that's the reason why we continue to see the areas of smoke being blown off of the south and east. likely continuing for at least about 7:00 to 8:00. right now a live look at the flame and going around the smoke and goi
FOX
May 23, 2014 4:30am PDT
today, make sure to allow yourself plenty of extra time to get to your destination. >>> several beaches, popular with bay area families have made the list of most polluted shorelines in the state. cal beach in santa cruz came in number one on the most polluted beaches in california. nearby capitola beach made the top ten. marina lagoon ranked second. polar point also singled out in the report. most bay area beaches did receive high scores for water quality. in san francisco aquatic park, all received an a grade. researchers say the drought actually helped water quality. less storm run off in san francisco bay and along the coast led to less bacteria in the water. >>> new bomb fire rules will be in effect at san francisco's ocean beach. a fire curfew of 9:00 p.m.. that is an hour earlier than before. 12 new fire rings will be installed at the beach but all fires will be banned on spare the air rules. >>> right now 4:38. morgan hill police searching for a suspected robber. what this man did right before holding up restaurant employees at gun point. >>> a colorado man accused of holding a
CW
May 23, 2014 12:00pm CDT
>> the beach is officially opened today. there is a warning about the water. >> family of a 14 , they're disputing claims that he wasn't a gang. >> police say the deadly shooting here along the 6400 block was gang- related. those who know of a teenager killed insist knows he is not in a gang. the u.s. shot three times in the chest and his dad on the scene and police responded to the call of shots fired. police say this area it is known to be gang infested. and not involve an illegal activities. team was gunned down a few blocks away from a home. >> a lot of gang affiliation. >> relatives say he rarely ventured up alone at night. last night someone called him 10 minutes before he headed up. the teenager was wrapping up his freshman year. police say they are investigating and they're searching for suspects. >> of the warm weather forecast for the weekend to mark the unofficial start to this summer in chicago. >> now officially opened. the start of a memorial day weekend. >> one of the worst winters we have experienced in decades. the effects of the brutal winter i still being fel
NBC
May 14, 2014 11:00am PDT
ways to beat the heat. one way to stay cool, hit the beach. take a look at what it looks like at san francisco's ocean beach this morning. plenty of people taking a run there along the water, also in shorts. we caught up with one mom who says it is just too nice to stay indoors. >> this is fantastic. it's -- we were at the beach yesterday after school and we declared today a beach day on our calendar and this morning, we woke up and the moon was setting and it was this fantastic color, orangey yellow. it was just great. so i said, go get your jacket and let's go down to the beach. >> and did you see those whales there in the water as well? also pretty exciting. one thing to be careful of, though, if you do go to the beach, the rip currents, which can be very dangerous, a bit of a reminder there. it's not just people who are looking the to cool down. take a look at the animals, they need a break from the heat as well. special treats were given today at the oakland zoo. blo bloodsickles were made for the tigers and fruitsickles for the camels. the nbc bay area weather team will be foll
KICU
May 23, 2014 11:01pm PDT
the coast. this is 8:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. if you are headed out to the pinch, i -- out to the beach, i think stinson will be fine. late in the day you see the fog clearing here. so when i come back i just told you today was a little warmer. tomorrow is going to be a little warmer still. when i come back i'm going to lay out sunday for you. because that's going to be the hottest day of the bay area week end. i'll give you specific numbers and we'll be back here at 10:45. >>> talk about smart, we're going to introduce you to a 14- year-old boy from the east bay. >> i've always believed that i was born to do science. >> he sure was. coming up after the break you will find out what he's just accomplished. >> broken, bruised and fighting for his life. >> thankfully i didn't keep going that way. >> a 70- >>> a 14-year-old boy from the east bay are celebrating an accomplishment that not many can say. cara liu spoke with the young scholar and his family. >> reporter: at 14 years old she's by far the youngest person to complete this high training program. alongside students two or three times h
FOX
May 24, 2014 10:00pm PDT
's ocean beach. this is what the rescues looked like from the shore. officials say both of those surfers were in real danger of drowning. neither firefighter who had responded had ever carry outside eight real surf rescue, but say this exactly what they trained for to bring the two men to safety. >> it's always exciting when your fire department is here to serve you and it's always exciting to come out and provide a good outcome. everyone onshore was very distressed watching family members possible drowning. >> one firefighter said it was a couple of weeks ago that they underwent surf rescue training. >>> a kayaker found a body in near alviso marina. the sheriff's office says it's too early to know whether he was a victim of foul play or even how long the body was in the water. >>> a group of boaters had to jump ship off the san mateo county after their vessel collided with a whale. this is the picture of the boat abandoned near pescadero point this afternoon. the five people called 911 to ask for help after they say they hit a whale and lost power. those aboard were able to get out sa
NBC
May 22, 2014 5:00pm PDT
. but if you're headed towards the beaches, check out all the gray. that is not going to be budging this afternoon. but what you will find as we head throughout this weekend is high pressure building in. some hotter air associated with it, so that pushes across california, we do think we'll see about a 4 to 8 degree warming trend throughout parts of friday, even into saturday. but just keep in mind that coastline is going to stay cool with temperatures in the 60s. let's take you into the micro climate forecast. tgif. it's been a long one for a lot of us here. we'll get 84 in san jose, a little bit of cloud cover hanging out by the afternoon. but still very comfortable. close to 90 degrees expected in morgan hill. peninsula, 75. palo alto, not too hot with the westerly wind. and you can see in san francisco, embarcadero likely one of the warmest spots with 71. marina, 67, wind kicks up, likely feel like the low 60s. we'll take you to the authority bay, east bay and tri-valley, napa likely could be one of our hottest locations by about 3:00, 4:00 in the afternoon. we should shoot up t
ABC
May 12, 2014 5:00pm PDT
security area the pilot later released. faa says engine failed. >> usually find shells on the beach but a thousand pounds of marijuana was found on a bay area beach this morning. it happened at pescadero state beach. vic lee is live with the story. what a haul, vic? iet was. this is a boat with a lot of gasoline. that is the gas tank here. from mexico to san mateo then had two very powerful out board combloerts if you will, picture this weren't that smart. deputies found marijuana turning it over to the feds. >> we believe that the vessel landed here under darkness. and there is a pick up crew on to their vehicle. >> smugglers loaded their suv. roughry 1200 pounds. that is their down fall. >> the strugglers abandoned ship and ran off. leaving their cargo before the county deputies in agents arrived. investigators believe there is no mother ship. the huge gas tank indicates the boat weaved from mexico the name plate on the side said it came from mexico state of sinaloa. beach growers were surprised. . >> i don't think you can from mexico to here. that is impossible. >> the irony of w
FOX
May 11, 2014 11:30pm PDT
i will never forget in my life. it was a 30-foot wall of water from one end of the beach to the other end of the beach. >> reporter: pastor lanla and the rest of his people at the temple were rescued because they jumped into a boat. down the beach, people would not have the same fate. they were taken in by the water. it was then they learned something they never wanted to know. >> carrying the body is very heavy. really heavy. six people need to carry one body. >> reporter: while everyone on this beach has a terrible story to tell they cannot ignore the numerous stories of selflessness that have surfaced. the first was of this boy who was buying fish at the beach when the waves surfaced. >> it was not like other waves it was bigger. so i knew that it was coming to get us and that's why i went running. >> reporter: instead of running for his life, crismas says he ran to the neighbors throwing stones at their windows and doors screaming for people to get out. >> reporter: what made you think to throw stones? >> i thought it was my duty to save other people's lives as well.
ABC
May 24, 2014 5:00am PDT
snatched the pup off the beach and took off. and volunteers from the volunteers mammal center chased him down, eventually getting the family to give them the seal. the family drove off but could face charges for taking the mammal off the beach illegally. he is now back at the animal shelter in sausalito where he is doing well. >>> fire inspections get underway in oakland hills. the annual inspections are used to make sure there is enough defensive space around homes in case of a wildfire. they say it is especially important this year as we head into what could be the worse fire season in california history. >> any brush or debris that's cut has to be removed from the property, not scored. it's just those kind of common practices that allow our firefighters the opportunity to protect a home in the event of a fire. >> the fire path that paid for this, including the program was defeated by voters last november. fire crews say they are trying to stretch the remaining funds as far as possible this summer. 5:09 on your saturday morning. it's cool out there. maybe a little damp but certainly no
ABC
May 24, 2014 8:00am PDT
up. >>> also next, we'll follow up on a report card issued for california beaches. what makes this one the most polluted in the state. >>> and, she's known for her moves on the dance floor. the personal cause that's now bringing "dancing with the sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. from the shelf, and to your home. starting at $99. this season we're taking back the back yard. let's do this. more saving, more doing. that's the power of the home depot. grab easy color guaranteed to last all year. 4 bags for $10 bucks. sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. from the shelf, and to your home. starting at $99. >>> covering cupertino, concord, wine country and all the bay area. this is abc7 news. >> happening now, pope francis is in jordan, kicking off his three-day trip to the holy land. the pontiff delivered the homily this morning at iman international stadium. where he celebrated mass
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